May 24 2013 Latest news:
Sergio Garcia has reiterated his desire to apologise in person to Tiger Woods after European Tour chief executive George O’Grady unwittingly reopened the racism row which has overshadowed the BMW PGA Championship at Surrey’s Wentworth Club.
West Ham Correspondent Dave Evans looks back over the Hammers career of Carlton Cole a player who turned from a bad-boy to a role model in his time at Upton Park
Transfer news: Striker Christian Benteke has told Aston Villa he “won’t necessarily accept” it if they tell him he cannot leave the club should Arsenal come calling.
Tottenham were held to a goalless draw against Jamaica in the Bahamas.
Luke Donald today went into the second round of the BMW PGA Championship insisting his hopes of a third win in succession at Wentworth were not already over.
Cesar Azpilicueta was not satisfied with Chelsea’s 4-3 friendly defeat to Manchester City in St Louis last night but was pleased to grab his first goal for the club.
Clayton Donaldson knows that Championship clubs will be looking to sign him and his Brentford team-mates, but he insisted that Griffin Park is a good place to be.
Former Norwich midfielder Tom Adeyemi would consider making his loan move with Brentford permanent, after being released by the Norfolk outfit.
Wolfsburg completed an historic treble at Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge home by winning the Women’s Champions League against favourites Lyon last night - and player of the match Lena Goessling hailed the achievement as a “dream”.
Women’s Champions League Final: Wolfsburg 1 Lyon 0
Alastair Cook leads England into battle against New Zealand today in the knowledge that one of his side may have to give up their Ashes dream to accommodate Kevin Pietersen.
Prince William will address UEFA’s Congress in London today in his role as president of the Football Association.
Friendly: Chelsea 3 Manchester City 4
Arsenal Ladies manager Shelley Kerr says the competition is improving all the times as the Gunners prepare for Sunday’s FA Women’s Cup Final.
Changes to Champions League rules agreed today could see Europe’s top nations having up to five teams in UEFA’s top club competition.
Carl Froch has apologised for threatening to “kill” Mikkel Kessler in their IBF super-middleweight unification fight in London on Saturday night - but will still face an investigation by the British Boxing Board of Control.
County Championship Division One (day 2): Durham 259 & 37-0 Middlesex 196
County Championship Division Two (day 2): Essex 212 Kent 214-5
Arsenal goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski feels he has shown more than enough quality to challenge fellow Pole Wojciech Szczesny for the number one jersey next season.
Promoter Eddie Hearn has labelled Saturday’s super-middleweight world title blockbuster between Carl Froch and Mikkel Kessler as “the biggest fight in Britain this decade”.
South Africa’s James Kingston today claimed the clubhouse lead in the BMW PGA Championship before bad weather caused play to be suspended in the first round at Wentworth in Surrey.
Emmanuel Frimpong has undergone knee surgery and will not be able to train for two months.
The son of former Cuban president Fidel Castro visited London’s Olympic Park today.
Former world super-middleweight champion Joe Calzaghe believes Carl Froch will prove too strong for Mikkel Kessler on Saturday night.
Captain Alastair Cook believes the spectre of Kevin Pietersen’s return will create healthy competition in England’s batting line-up during the second Investec Test against New Zealand.